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Feb 8, 2023

Top 10 Open-Source Programming Languages You Should Know in 2023

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The advancement in technology has resulted in organizations relying on programming languages like never before. With programming in place, organizations are in a position to achieve their business goals way easier than before. If you are aspiring to become a good programmer then it is important to have a fair understanding as to which are the most in demand programming languages in the market. In this article, we will talk about top 10 open-source programming languages you should know in 2023.


Python is a server-side language that has a wide range of applications to boast about. Be it simple scripting or advanced web applications, Python has got you covered. Python has made it way easier for the developers to use various programming styles including reflecting, functional, etc. It is considered one of the easiest and most marketable programming languages to learn.

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Feb 8, 2023

Meta Tells Managers to Become More Efficient

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Meta tells managers that they need to do coding, research, design and other tasks that contribute the work itself. Not just tell others what to do.

Meta Platforms Inc. is asking many of its managers and directors to transition to individual contributor jobs or leave the company as it tries to become more efficient, according to people familiar with the matter. Bloomberg’s Sarah Frier reports on “Bloomberg Technology.“
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Feb 8, 2023

A mesothelium divides the subarachnoid space into functional compartments

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A fourth meningeal layer acts as a barrier that divides the subarachnoid space into two distinct compartments.

Feb 8, 2023

This Vegan Egg Makes Its Debut in US Restaurants This Week

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The price of eggs has more than doubled in the last year due to inflation, avian flu outbreaks, and the war in Ukraine. But demand for the breakfast and baking staple hasn’t gone down much; people like eggs, and there aren’t many viable substitutes that truly taste, look, and perform like the real thing.

An Israeli startup called Yo Egg thinks it has a solution in the form of vegan eggs. The product doesn’t share much with real eggs in terms of composition, but the company says it’s achieved a near-exact match in taste and texture.

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Feb 8, 2023

FTX asks politicians to return campaign donations, threatens lawsuits

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Yahoo Finance Live anchor Dave Briggs breaks down legal arguments for potential FTX lawsuits.
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Feb 8, 2023

Google Bard and Generative AI Search Revealed

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The search giant shows a demo of Bard and AI generative search, rivaling OpenAI’s Chat GPT.

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Feb 8, 2023

Another step towards practical quantum computers

Posted by in categories: finance, quantum physics, supercomputing

Researchers from the University of Sussex and Universal Quantum have demonstrated for the first time that quantum bits (qubits) can directly transfer between quantum computer microchips and demonstrated this with record-breaking speed and accuracy. This breakthrough resolves a major challenge in building quantum computers large and powerful enough to tackle complex problems that are of critical importance to society.

Today, quantum computers operate on the 100-qubit scale. Experts anticipate millions of qubits are required to solve important problems that are out of reach of today’s most powerful supercomputers. There is a global quantum race to develop quantum computers that can help in many important societal challenges from to making fertilizer production more energy efficient and solving important problems in nearly every industry, ranging from aeronautics to the financial sector.

In the research paper, published today in Nature Communications, the scientists demonstrate how they have used a new and powerful technique, which they dub “UQ Connect,” to use electric field links to enable qubits to move from one quantum computing microchip module to another with unprecedented speed and precision. This allows chips to slot together like a jigsaw puzzle to make a more powerful quantum .

Feb 8, 2023

Former Facebook Exec Says AI Will Soon Simulate the Human Brain

Posted by in categories: robotics/AI, virtual reality

John Carmack — Doom creator, father of virtual reality, and premier disgruntled Meta employee — believes humanity is on the cusp of Artificial General Intelligence (AGI).

“I think that, almost certainly, the tools that we’ve got from deep learning in this last decade,” the famed programmer told Dallas Innovates, “we’ll be able to ride those to artificial general intelligence.”

Feb 8, 2023

Ask Ethan: What are white holes, and do they really exist?

Posted by in category: cosmology

In General Relativity, white holes are just as mathematically plausible as black holes. Black holes are real; what about white holes?

Feb 8, 2023

The Deadliest Hard Sci-Fi Weapon You’ve Never Heard Of (Macrons, Dust Guns)

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Spacedock delves into a powerful but lesser known sci-fi space weapon.

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